Family trust fund

Please forward this error screen to sharedip-166627468. On it you will find information on the Pilkington Family Trust and how family trust fund may be able to help Pilkington pensioners in retirement. Because 90 percent of a child’s brain architecture is established before the age of 5, early intervention is key to improving outcomes for Kansas children. By supporting quality early childhood education, care, and health services, critical to strong child development, we are helping to reduce the need for more costly remediation in education and criminal justice systems of the future.

OUR FOCUSWe are guided by an early childhood plan that serves as a blueprint for programs and services across the state. The plan is comprehensive and recognizes the whole child, with a focus on 3 building blocks: Healthy Development, Strong Families, and Early Learning. Public-Private partnerships are key to the work of the Cabinet. Please forward this error screen to 162.

The TBI Trust Fund was established to provide flexible funding and support to those with brain injuries. The fund supports supplemental community-based efforts to meet the special needs of each individual with a brain injury. People with a partial or total disability caused by injury to the brain are eligible to receive support from the TBI Trust Fund. Eligible individuals have impaired cognitive abilities or impaired brain function. Injuries to the brain may be a result of physical trauma, damage resulting from a lack of oxygen, allergic conditions, toxic substances and other medical incidents, including damage caused by drug overdoses or alcohol poisoning.

People with brain injury and without viable funding sources for needed services are eligible to receive support from the TBI Trust Fund. There are no caps for family income levels used to screen for services. Lack of adequate funding may be a result of the exhaustion of current benefits or benefit exclusion. The program is not designed to provide intensive treatment or long-term support. However, the cost for case management services does not count against the person’s annual or lifetime benefit cap. The Greater Seymour Trust Fund is pleased to offer an array of scholarships benefiting Seymour and Jackson County.

Unless otherwise noted, the scholarships are available for only the freshman year of college. Applications for these scholarships are evaluated, to varying degrees, based on need, academic achievement, and school and community involvement. If you wish to apply for a HIGH SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP, please contact your guidance counselor or click here to download and print any of our application forms. If you are NOT A HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT, please click here to download and print the Non-High School Application Form. If you are applying to Renew a Scholarship, please click here to download and print the Renewal Application for All Scholarships form. Applications must be returned by March 1.